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Parley’s Sip & Steam

Parley’s Sip & Steam

Parley’s Sip & Steam is a restaurant in North Carolina. It is at 132 East Water Street in Washington, North Carolina. The restaurant is located across from Festival Park by the Pamlico River. The menu has fresh seafood served on a daily basis. It also serves meat, shellfish, and poultry.

The restaurant serves locally sourced seafood and shellfish. This includes fresh local steamed oysters, scallops, and shrimp.

Menu

The parley's sip & steam is the local hangout for those looking to enjoy the best charcuterie in North Carolina. The restaurant’s menu boasts the best wines, specialty cocktails, and craft beer selections. It includes shrimp, oysters, scallops, and a variety of fish and seafood options. Some of these include:

  • Shrimp cocktail

This is served as half a dozen shrimps with cocktail sauce. It costs $10.95

  • Parley oysters

This includes half a dozen oysters, served with avocado, cream cheese, bacon, and pickled red onion. It costs $13.95

  • Soup of the day

This has Parley’s House cream of potato or seafood bisque in each bowl. A bowl of the soup of the day costs $8.95

  • Brussel sprouts

This is grilled Brussel sprouts with crispy bacon. It also includes shaved parmesan cheese and balsamic glaze. It costs $7.95

  • Oyster Rockefeller

This is served with half a dozen oysters. It is paired with bacon, spinach, bread crumbs, parmesan cream, and chives. It costs $13.95

  • Caesar salad

The usual Caesar salad costs $4.95. If you want to add either grilled chicken or shrimp, the price goes to $5.95

  • Bacon wrapped scallops

This is served as 6 scallops that are wrapped in bacon. They are then drizzled with Remoulade Sauce. It costs $10.95

  • Barbecue bacon wrapped shrimp

Served as 9 shrimp wrapped in bacon and drizzled with barbecue sauce. It costs $9.95

  • No quarter oyster hot

These are 6 spicy oysters served on pork rinds. They are topped with pickled jalapenos and the secret Parley’s No Quarter Sauce. It costs $8.95

  • Bruschetta

This is served as 6 baguettes that are loaded with fresh basil and balsamic glaze. It costs $7.95

  • Crab cakes

These are 3 jumbo lump beauties. They are loaded down with each bite when you smear the remoulade sauce. It costs $10.95

  • Shrimp and grits

This is grilled shrimp with crispy bacon and shaved parmesan cheese. It also comes with a summer sausage and fresh chives. It costs $10.95

  • Blackened salmon board

Six ounces of blackened salmon served with fresh veggies. It also includes a mini bowl of the restaurant’s famous sprouts. This meal is made according to how the orders come in. It costs $12.95

  • Treasure chest

This includes steamed shells.

Half a peck costs $16.95 while a full peck costs $32.95

  • Steamed shrimp

This can be served spicy or regular. Half a pound costs $11.95 while a pound costs $19.95

  • Steamed scallops

This can be served spicy or regular. Half a pound of scallops costs $12.50. If you want a pound, it will cost $21.50

  1. Freebooter

These options are in large servings. Each option can serve two people.

  • The finest North Carolinian low country boil

This includes half a pound of steamed scallops and half a pound of steamed shrimp. It is served with sausage, red potatoes, and corn. Everything is seasoned together. The meal is made according to order. It costs $28.95

  • Parley’s Ahi tuna salad

Eight ounces of tuna steak is seared finely. It is seared over a bed of cucumber, mixed greens, and avocado. It also includes homemade wontons to give it a perfect combination of flavor. The meal costs $23.95. You can get half the serving for $12.95

“It is really hard to beat Parley’s Sip & Steam. It has remained one of my favorite places in Washington for a long time. The view is perfect and if you time your visit here just right, you can watch a beautiful sunset over the water while drinking your favorite glass of wine. For those that aren’t wine drinkers, they have a large selection of beers. The food is also phenomenal and the oysters here are fantastic. Seriously, go if you’re in Washington. You will not regret it”, Branlyn Roberson via Google Reviews.

Hours of Operation

Parley’s Sip and Steam restaurant is open on specific days during specific times. You can enjoy their fresh and locally sourced seafood at the following times:

  • Thursdays: 4 pm to 10 pm
  • Fridays: 11 am to 11 pm
  • Saturdays: 11 am to 11 pm
  • Sundays: 11 am to 8 pm

Food Service Options

There are various ways that you can enjoy meals from Parley’s Sip and Steam. These include:
1. Dine-in: If you plan to be seated at a table, you should make a reservation before getting to the restaurant. Walk-ins are allowed. However, the only way to ensure you will get a table when you get to the restaurant is by reserving a table.
2. Takeaway: The restaurant can pack your food to eat elsewhere. Takeaway may be an option for those in a hurry and who want to get their food and go.
3. Delivery: You can place your orders online and wait for your food to be delivered. The restaurant charges $6 for delivery. All orders for delivery must be made online.

Live Music

To create a great ambiance, the restaurant hosts live musicians. Different musicians play at the restaurant each day. Some of the well-known local musicians to play at the restaurant are:

• David Blount
• Dave Raducha
• Patrick Ried
• Phil Watson

Parley’s Sip and Steam restaurant serves fresh seafood that is sourced locally. The restaurant opens between Thursday and Sunday. There are a variety of local dishes that are given a special twist by the chefs. The food is delicious and prepared in traditional recipes. The menu includes many options with shrimp, scallops and oysters being the main entrees.

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